Weird Fish introduces compostable bags

Weird Fish introduces compostable bags

The clothing company has new bags for its customers - made from grass, not paper, and intended to be put in the compost when they've served their purpose

Weird Fish has nine stores across the UK and some 1400 stockists and describes its environmental policy as 'The Only Way Is Ethics'. Its new grass paper bags are made from a pulp-based product consisting of at least 30% grass fibres. No chemicals are used in its production, and the process is more water and energy efficient, using just two litres of water / 136 kWh per tonne of hay in comparison to 6,000 litres / 5,000 kWh per tonne of wood pulp*. In total, the raw material production generates up to 75 per cent less CO2 emissions* compared to wood pulp.

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